Jay-Z has posted a brand new track online today, two days after his wife Beyoncé gave birth to their first child, a daughter name Blue Ivy Carter.
The song is entitled “Glory” features the lyrics: “”Words can’t describe the feeling for real, baby I’ll paint the sky blue, my greatest creation was you” amongst others to describe his love for his wife and daughter.
More poignantly, the track also reveals that Beyoncé suffered a miscarriage, and that the superstar couple feared they would never have a child, with the lyrics “Last time the miscarriage was so tragic, we was afraid you disappeared,”
The track also features a baby’s cry, which is presumably the cries of baby Beyoncé!
Beyoncé announced her pregnancy at the MTV Video Awards 2011 in September.
One week after rumours started spreading that Beyoncé had giveen birth to her first child, we now know that Beyonce and Jay-Z’s child was actually born last night.
According to E! Entertainment Online, Beyonc ehas given birth in a private suite in the Lenox Hill Hospital on the Upper East Side of New York last night. E! has also said that the baby girls name is Blue Ivy Carter, after the incorrect version “Ivy Blue Carter” started trending on Twitter.
Close friends of Beyoncé and Jay-Z, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Rihanna and Russell Simmons, have added to confirmation of the Blue Ivy Carter’sbirth by tweeting messages of congratulations to her superstar parents.
Rihanna tweeted: “Welcome to the world princess Carter! Love Aunty Rih” whilst Gwyneth Paltrow confirmed the baby’s name to her followers.
There hasn’t been any comment from either Beyoncé or Jay-Z’s spokespeople, most probably to try and protect the mother and child from the inevitably intense media attention.
The magazine which reported Mariah Yeater's claims.
Like any twitter addict today, my timeline has full of “is he, isn’t he posts” by some of the most ruthless people on the planet – the Beliebers.
Apparently some crazy Justin Bieber fan has claimed that her three-month old baby was fathered by the Bieber backstage at one of his concerts, in all about 30 seconds, as some people on twitter have told me (pass the bucket!!!!)
The whole story seems to be fabricated on the surface of it – it’s not unusual for claims like this to be made against pop stars, even Michael Jackson wrote the song “Bille Jean” about a similar incident.
However, when you read deeper the mother of the child, Mariah Yeater, may have a credible claim. Of course, there are many crazy people who will do for media exposure and money (it seems appropriate to link my post about Kim K’s divorce here.. #justsayin) but by putting forward this claim, the 20 year old mother has put herself on the line. As Bieber was only 17 at the age the alleged “impregnation” took place, Mariah Yeater could technically be charged for statutory rape of a minor. Which, of course, suggests that she is very sure that a paternity claim against Justin Bieber would be won.
Justin Bieber’s “people” have strongly denied the claims, but they would, wouldn’t they?
Are you a die-hard Belieber? Is Mariah Yeater Satan in disguise or could her claims have merit? Let me know what you think my commenting below!